What does Scheiße mean?

Lady Gaga: Scheiße Meaning

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Scheiße Lyrics

I don't speak German
But I can if you like. (Ow! )

Ich shleiban austa be clair
es kumpent madre monstère ,
aus-be aus-can-be flaugen
begun be üske but-bair !

Ich schleiban austa be clair
es kumpent madre monstère
aus-be...

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    #1 top rated interpretation:
    anonymous
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    May 28th 2011 !⃝

    It's about "women power". She uses fake German in the song making us think it's real German - (fooling men) - a woman's power to deceive. "I'll take you out tonight, say whatever you'd like" - she'll say whatever men want to hear but in truth she's fooling them and mocking them.

    Don't mess with Gaga, guys!

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    #2 top rated interpretation:
    Littlemonsterforeverandalways
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    Jan 19th 2012 !⃝

    She is tired of men being considered superoir in love she knoes women fight and get nothing. Blonde high-heeled femesist we've got our fun for this express your women kind right for there eyes mean prove what we've got women shoe Woman power

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    #3 top rated interpretation:
    Victor Zhang
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    Aug 27th 2011 !⃝

    This song as a whole seems to be a lot about female empowerment, and freedom from an oppressive and dominating force in general.

    "high heeled feminist, fight for your right', 'if you're a strong female, you don't need permission' and 'I wish I could dance without somebody there' all demonstrate this. I get images of a frustrated girlfriend or housewife who finally can explode into a ecstatic state of utter freedom and happiness after her controlling and dominating boyfriend/husband finally leaves.

    "without the schisse, yeah!' probably refers the boyrfried. He is the shit and she is rejoicing at his abscence.

    Maybe the reason she includes gibberish german sounding words is to reflect how the girl feels so free now hes gone. Like sometimes when you feel powerful you run around jumping into the air and stuff thinking 'I can do anything I want, woohoo!' kind of stuff. Like Gaga says 'I don't speak german but I can if you like. Ow!'

  4. anonymous
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    Mar 31st 2021 !⃝

    That B in scheisse represents 2- SS replaces 2 - SS. Just For your information. It's old europe writing. My first time hearing this song. Cool song.

  5. anonymous
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    Dec 26th 2019 !⃝

    I ear :

    Ich lieben aus to be clair
    er ist kumpe " madre " munster
    Aus geh aus gemickt flaggen
    Begun be uste geburt there

    We schliefen aus geh be clair
    Es kumpent uste the monster
    Aus wir aus gemickt flatten.
    Fraülein which we be clair.

  6. anonymous
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    Mar 19th 2019 !⃝

    I schleiban austa be-clair
    it kumpent madre monstère
    out-of-can-be-fleas started be ukeke but-bair.
    I schleiban austa be-clair
    it kumpent madre monstère
    out-of-can-be-liquefied woman üske be-clair

  7. anonymous
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    Feb 15th 2018 !⃝

    I seriously think there is a lot of french in the beginning. I’m not completely fluent yet but I am leaning the language and parts like “be-clair” And “monsteré” seems to be of a french background. Monsteré is not pronounced the same as actual french but I do think it had some of that origin. I dunno. Just food for thought.

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  8. anonymous
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    Jan 24th 2018 !⃝

    yeh scheibe means shit and schleiben means close and austa means respected!

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  9. anonymous
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    Sep 26th 2014 !⃝

    a friend and i tryed to tranlate it and we both speak fluent german and the only words that we could translate were 'fräulein' which is miss, 'ich' which is i, 'es' which is it and 'scheiße' which is shit

  10. anonymous
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    Jul 30th 2014 !⃝

    Lady Gaga used more than one language. It's not just German.

  11. anonymous
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    Aug 18th 2013 !⃝

    I think her use of German is an allusion to the poorly constructed term 'feminazi'. Saying "I don't speak German, but I can if you like" for me, is saying, a Feminist is not as 'militant' as a lot of people claim to be (apparently fighting for equal rights is just like the Holocaust), but we can be if you think we're weak we're going to take shit. Don't push us.

  12. anonymous
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    Apr 8th 2013 !⃝

    Gaga trying to show that not all female are weak but STRONG FEMALE! Cause she think, Strong Female don't need permissions...

  13. anonymous
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    Nov 27th 2012 !⃝

    This song has French, Spanish, German, and Latin(as far as I can tell) and to the top interpretation: aus-be aus-can-be is translated to listen-listen be-be iin Latin. At least that's what Google Translate told me(:

  14. thequeenprazu
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    Jul 7th 2012 !⃝

    she says 'I dont speak German but I can if you like' and TRIES to speak german but as she doesnt know german all the words are not correct !!

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  15. anonymous
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    May 14th 2012 !⃝

    First of all, it's good to know that Scheiße is German for sh**. I think this is about being yourself and the power to be bold. Some examples of this are "Scheiße, Scheiße, be mine, Scheiße be mine!" (Sh**, Sh** be mine, Sh** be mine!"); "If you're a strong female, you don't need permission" and "I wish I could dance on a single prayer, I wish I could be strong without the Scheiße(sh**), yeah!". These all signify the bold and driven inner self that in society today can't come out (I wish I could be strong without the sh** yeah)
    That's what I think.

  16. anonymous
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    Apr 30th 2012 !⃝

    I believe that this is based around, say, a teenaged girl recently getting out of a bad relationship.

    "Without this shit, yeah" refers to the drama of the breakup.

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  17. anonymous
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    Feb 6th 2012 !⃝

    It shows her infantile obsession with shit, as well as her inability to write anything with meaning, logic or emotion. When people are obsessed with using 'bad words' to shock others or to gain attention, such people are usually diagnosed as mentally ill. That should explain the entire entity of the untalented, mechanical music machine which calls itself gaga... perhaps she will change her name to Lady Caca.

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  18. anonymous
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    Nov 12th 2011 !⃝

    A creative medley of different languages (German, Spanish) and jibberish. The words can be incoherate babble because they're fun and interesting to sing. : )

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